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Five properties primed for development in Berrien County

Former Target, 5 O'Clock Sports Bar have building officials waiting

While Olive Garden and Dave & Buster’s are unlikely to come to Berrien County, there are some properties primed for future developments.

To ring in the new year, The Herald-Palladium did a deep dive on five prominent properties across the county that have been under the watchful eye of key developers and building officials.

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Shoppers visit the Benton Township Target store in 2017. It would close by February 2018.

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The former 5 O’Clock Bar & Restaurant located along Red Arrow Highway in Stevensville is pictured in 2019.

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The Orchards Mall is pictured Jan. 7. Plans to add a hotel and conference center by the end of 2022 were scrapped last year. 

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The former Nye’s Apple Barn in St. Joseph Township is pictured last summer. The 12-acre parcel on Niles Road just off I-94 is zoned single-family residential and sits adjacent to a residential subdivision.

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Golfers play a round at The Berrien Hills Golf Club in 2019. Once the golf course closed, a firm pitched a development for houses, townhouses, apartments, a medical facility, restaurants, a preschool and day care.

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